Cultivate. Educate. Celebrate. At the Idaho Botanical Garden, we do all three of those with style and passion. From local musicians to locally grown grapes for wine, our events focus on celebrating Idaho’s uniqueness. The landscape provides a stunning backdrop for the community to interact and celebrate.
Learn about the exciting world of bugs in an adventurous environment! Earn a “Certificate in Bugology,” purchase edible insects, play bug bingo, participate in Insect Olympics, catch live bugs, and meet the experts.
Celebrate the fall season in the Garden. Among the creative Scarecrow displays, you can enjoy live music, hay rides, games, and kid’s activities.
Great Garden Escape & Uncorked in the Garden
“It’s cooler in the Garden!” Picnicking in the Garden on a long summer evening with live music is a great Idaho tradition.
Grow the Garden Party - Save the NEW Date: Sept 24th
Grow the Garden Party is a playful fundraiser in the Garden featuring spectacular local food and cocktails, silent and live auctions and music.
National Public Gardens Day celebrates America’s public garden and their role in promoting environmental stewardship and awareness, plant and water conservation, and education in communities nationwide.
Garden enthusiasts look forward to this event each spring. The Idaho Botanical Garden Plant Sale offers water-wise and unique plants for your private garden.
Show off your creativity and gardening skills by entering the annual Potluck Auction & Container Design Contest at the Boise Flower and Garden Show March 20-22! Entry deadline of March 13!
Enjoy a variety of delightful private gardens in the Eagle area. Now in its 29th year, the Garden Tour is a fundraiser for the Idaho Botanical Garden, its plants and programs.
Scarecrows can be found peeping out around the trees and shrubs welcoming guests to the Garden for the Eighth Annual Scarecrow Stroll!
You may have seen the Garden in bloom in summer, but have you seen it glow in the winter?
The Plein Air Painters (PAPI) and the Idaho Botanical Garden invited Garden members, guests, staff, volunteers, and the Board of Directors to the 11th annual painting event at the Garden.
In partnership with the Idaho Wine Commission, the Idaho Botanical Garden welcomed back Savor Idaho, Idaho’s premier wine and food event.
This remarkable performance is a magnificent tribute to our veterans and an awe-inspiring reminder to the community what Fourth of July weekend is truly about. We are offering this performance completely free to the public – no admission fees will be charged.
The Idaho Botanical Garden & the University of Idaho continue this popular and important community forum. Speakers provide attendees with examples, tools & information useful for gardening in Idaho.
Thank you Garden Event Sponsors: